What is different in ViM with FreeBSD?

The common misconception of Vim is that it's a word processor, or strictly a text editor. Though it is a great editor, it is not considered a word processor due to its lack of certain implementations in the program. It can be used to perform normal tasks such as text editing or editing configuration files, but essentially it's a programmer's editor and be a very powerful tool if time is taken to learn its intricacies.

If you wish to learn more information about Vim, you can go to their website located below:

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